Sheet Music: Vivace

from Sonata No. 1 in F major (Der getreue Musikmeister)
Opus numberTWV 41:F2, Mvmt. 1
ComposerGeorg Philipp Telemann (1681–1767)
InstrumentationFlute and Harpsichord/Piano
KeyF major
Time signature4/4
Tempo108 BPM
Performance time2:25
Difficulty levelintermediate
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Date added2010-06-26
Last updated2010-06-26
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Saturday 26 June 2010

Tune of the Day: Vivace

from Telemann's Sonata in F major

This brilliant movement opens Georg Philipp Telemann's Sonata No. 1 in F major. The sonata was originally published in Der getreue Musikmeister (“The Faithful Music Master”), a musical journal founded in 1728 by Telemann and J.V. Görner. This German music periodical, the first of its kind, appeared every two weeks in the form of a four-page reading or lesson. It consisted of actual music, new music just composed and given its first circulation in this unusual fashion. Much of it was by Telemann himself, but other contemporary composers were also represented.

Other Movements from the same Work

1.Vivace Flute & Piano
2.Largo Flute & Piano
3.Allegro Flute & Piano